• One in Wins

    Caki Wilkinson

    Winter 2020

    The first time Hope ran off, she took September with her. I went to the fair to pet the baby llamas and make myself sick and spend a hundred bucks on crooked games. In the craft booths all the winning cakes were sweating. There were obscene, lopsided squashes and pinch pots from the mental institution.

    Caki Wilkinson is the author of the poetry collections Circles Where the Head Should Be (2011) and The Wynona Stone Poems (2015).  New poems have appeared in or are forthcoming in the New Yorker, the Nation, the Yale Review, and Kenyon Review. She lives in Memphis, Tennessee.

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